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brown and elizabeth warren, debated for the second time last night. the two were combative as they staked out opposite issues from jobs and bringing troops home. david gregory from "meet the press" as moderator, they clashed over brown's claim of partisan independence. >> if he's re-elected, that increases the odds that the republicans will control the senate and that he can block president obama's agenda. >> if you're going to comment on my record, i would at least have you refer to it -- >> can we just -- >> exme. >> i'm he not a student in your classroom. please let me respond. thank you. >> recent polls before the debate show elizabeth warren with a small lead over scott brown. >>> and now here's a look at some other stories making news early today in america. joyriding may land one philadelphia child in jail. police are preparing to charge the 10-year-old with auto theft. surveillance video shows the young driver crashing the stolen van right into parked cars there. he did attempt to escape but was stopped by a witness and held until police arrived. >>> approximately 3
of nfl today cbs james brown and real referee terry mccauley. it's so great to have you both here. to your knowledge, is there a tentative deal in place and, if not, what's standing in the way? >> the last notice we got early this afternoon, there is no deal imminent at this moment. >> no deal imminent. so despite the reports from cbs, you say those are premature basically. >> correct. they are closer from what we've heard but not imminent. >> i've got to get your sense of that monday night call. what would you have called? >> i guess as an official, i can't publicly talk about other official's calls. can i go into the rule and it's -- i can go into the rule and it's pretty straightforward that the player who goes up and gets it first, if he can complete the catch coming to the ground, it's his football. >> to your mind, you can't comment on it. fans think it was so egregious and horrible we all know what we're talking about. is there a possibility they were wrong on that? >> there's always a possibility they were wrong, but i'm not going to go there and publicly criticize. >> all
morning news" for thursday, september 27, 2012. good morning. good to be with you. i'm terrell brown. when the baltimore ravens and cleveland browns take the field tonight the nfl's regular officiating crews will be calling the game. at the stroke of midnight the league and referees ended a three month lockout of the officials. the deal was struck after two days of marathon negotiations and controversial call to the end of monday night's game. after a series of miscalls, run ins with coaches and players, and on field confusion, the nfl referees are heading to the sideline. the league and officials union agreed on a tentative eight year contract that will put the normal officiating crews back on field. goodell said we look forward to having the finest officials in sports back on field. now it's time to put the focus back on the teams and players where it belongs. >> green bay will have a hard time. >> the two sides got serious about the negotiations after monday night's game between the packers and seahawks, a blown call on the last play of the game cost green bay the victory. under the new
. that is especially good news for the ravens. they've got a game with the browns tonight. our own kristen berset is at m&t stadium in baltimore with more on that. what's the story? >> reporter: hey, derek, yeah, that's right. the league wanted these real officials back as soon as possible. so they said the deal was done early this morning like you said, but they haven't officially signed anything. commissioner roger goodell lifted the lockout so they could have the officials back for tonight's ravens/browns game, big deal. things will try and get back to normal. many of the changes with the real refs back may not be completely obvious to viewers, but you may notice it's smoother and a quicker paced game, less stoppage to figure out what's going on. more importantly it's about the trust that the players and coaches have with these officials. now the two sides worked hard to end this lockout, one that went a little longer than expected. >> i think there was pressure on all of us to get an agreement from the get go. i don't think anybody wanted to go into using replacement officials. i don't think
brown. this morning in afghanistan the taliban is claiming responsibility for a suicide attack that killed at least 14 people, including three nato service members. a suicide bomber riding a motorcycle rammed into a patrol. americans have a large presence there. nato is trying to sort out a weekend attack in afghanistan that left two americans dead. the casualties push the number of u.s. personnel killed in afghanistan to 2,000. the circumstances of saturday's violence remains unclear but a fire fight broke out at a checkpoint in eastern afghanistan. what nato hasn't determined so far was the gun battle a result of an insider attack or a deadly misunderstanding. >> reporter: this weekend marked the deadly milestone in afghanistan. 2,000 american soldiers killed since the war began nearly 11 years ago. it happened at a checkpoint in the eastern part of the country. one american soldier, an american contractor and three afghan soldiers were killed in a fire fight. >> the circumstances were somewhat confused but there was a report of insurgent firing taking place which we believe
. good morning, everybody. good to be with you. i'm terrell brown. .message from the israeli prime minister was not new but very clear, iran will be close to developing a nuclear weapon by next summer and it must be stopped. benjamin netanyahu made his case before the u.n. general assembly. iran called his charges baseless allegations. he met with secretary of state hillary clinton. u.s. hopes diplomacy can stop iran. netanyahu argued ultimatums don't lead to war, they prevent them. >> i believe faced with a clear red line iran will back down and this will give more time for sanctions and diplomacy to convince iran to dismantle its nuclear weapons program altogether. >> david martin has more on netanyahu's plea for action. >> reporter: it looked like a cartoon but it was deadly serious. israel's prime minister netanyahu drew the red line that would trigger an attack on iran's nuclear program as clearly as it has ever been drawn. >> a red line should shall drawn right here. before -- before iran completes the second stage of nuclear enrichment necessary to make a bomb. >> reporter:
on the browns in baltimore. overnight they made a tentative deal that got started back in june. the replacement refs made numerous controversial calls but this play and the game this past monday night caused such an up roar. they gave the seahawks the touchdown and the win a lot of us saw it as an interception for the packers. >> you never want to see a game end like that and you never want to see a game end on a controversial play. >> the new deal ends a three month long lockout and gives the ref a pay hike from 149,000 a year to 173,000 next season and 205,000 by the year 2019. remember, those are part-time jobs. the two sides also compromised on retirement benefits they're expected to approve the deal over the weekend. >>> we sent ken molestina out there and he's been watching the game. ken, what are they saying about the return of the regular refs? >> reporter: they're treating them, derek, like rock stars. you would think it was valentine's day around here with all of the love the people have for the refs. you can see behind me, everybody still watching the game. they say after four weeks
" for wednesday, september 26, 2012. >>> good morning, everybody. good to be with you. i'm terrell brown. the race for the white house has taken a new turn. less than six weeks before the presidential election sprab wpr obama is widening his lead over mitt romney. it's estimated 270 are solidly behind president obama or leaning in his direction while 206 votes are in mitt romney agencies camp. cbs news quinnipiac university "new york times" poll said president obama has gained significant ground over mitt romney in ohio, pennsylvania and florida. we have more on this. >> reporter: good morning. that's right. both are scrambling for support in those potentially make-or-break states. today honeying in on ohio. by bus or by plane for mitt romney and paul ryan this election could come down to one state. >> o.h. o.h.! works every time. >> reporter: ohio is one of the key swing states in this election and today romney and president obama will be battling for attention there, but the latest cbs news poll swing states shows romney with some ground to make up. the poll just out this morning has president o
. >> we should note the regular referees will officiate the first game of the season in tonight's browns/ravens game in baltimore. we'll is livework on -- have live coverage on that later in our newscast. >> we have thunderstorms up to our west and meterologist topper shutt is tracking them as we speak. >> looks like a dry commute home, but a different story later and that could impact the ravens game in baltimore. let me start with doppler 9,000. it's quiet around the metro area, but to the west essentially along the i-81 corridor, pretty good thunderstorms there, a severe thunderstorm warning in effect for page and shenandoah county until 5:45. there's a couple big storms out to the woodstock area and front royal and just to the north of winchester. so another storm is just headed for the northeast. they won't make much eastward movement. they'll generally follow the track up i-81 and later tonight they begin to move eastward toward the immediate metro area. we'll come back and track them for you and tell you what that means for the ravens game and if they hang around for tomorrow morn
to come back. ravens taking on the browns. a 63-year-old interception return by baltimore's carey williams is the play of the night. there he goes through the house. ravens beat the browns 23-16. >> the headline this morning is the return of the refs. kristin fisher is live in our satellite center with more on that. sounds like an action movie. >> reporter: it does. when was the last time that you saw referees tting a standing ovation? most time they're booed or heckled but not last night. check out the reception they received in baltimore just before kickoff. cheers and a standing ovation for the referees. that may be a first in the history of football. and people throughout the game held up signs. look at that one. "finally we get to yell at real refs. welcome back." these guys got the rock star treatment. this all happened less than 24 hours after an agreement was reached between the n.f.l. and the referees union after nearly a year of negotiations. the two sides finally reached a compromise on pensions, salaries. fans were ecstatic. coaches relieved. no one was happier about the return
campaign. this time it's michael brown. the washington examiner reports brown's reelection campaign did not report more than $8,000 in contributions. it cites an audit which shows the campaign also failed to report $13,000 in expenses. brown is already under scrutiny for $114,000 in missing funds, something he blames on his ousted campaign treasurer. >>> you've heard the phrase one bad apple can spoil the bunch. a few bad apples have spoiled the day for balance lieu i -- ballou high school students. three of them got ill. they were brought to the hospital after getting sick from eating apples their teacher brought in. >> i have a big problem with it. >> reporter: what was your problem? >> the teacher shouldn't have brought in the apples. >> norths say at this point the ap -- authorities say at this point the apples have not been identified as the source of the illness. >>> owners of a arlington dog grooming shop will be able to show off a new painted mural we. first told you about it two years ago. the owner claims the mural of dogs was free speech. the county said it was advertising an
will be back on the field tonight when the ravens host the browns. our kristin -- kristen berset will be there live starting on 9news now at 5:00 p.m. we want to know what you think about this deal. leave your thoughts on our facebook page. we'll share some of your posts coming up at 6:30. >>> montgomery county police are looking for a gunman in an overnight shooting. the victim was shot nearby and able to stumble to this cvs drugstore on montgomery village avenue. medics rushed him to the hospital with several gunshot wounds. no word on his condition this moing. >>> happening today, u.s. park police will try to flush out new clues about a cold case. they are offering a cash reward in the hit-and-run death of 27- year-old ebony johnson. johnson was hit by a car crossing suitland parkway. the driver took off. police have identified the car as a late 199 on acura rl. >>> also today, virginia lawmakers will dig into this summer's unrest at uva. you'll remember school president teresa sullivan was forced to resign in june. that led to weeks of protests until dr. sullivan was reinstat
tomorrow. it's not going to help the ravens or browns. they face off tomorrow and they'll have to endure at least one more week of these replacement refs. >> let's talk sticking points. there was the issue of pensions and hiring some new referees. has any of that been resolved? >> apparently both sides have budged on both of those issues, on the money issue the retirement fund, the league wanted to take away pensions. it looks like they'll keep them, but the new refs coming in will have to go to a 401k and also adding more refs, they want to add 21 more refs and that would be part of a training program. the current refs were afraid they would have job cuts or budget cuts, but their job is safe and those refs will be there to fill in just in case. there's so much surrounding this, we'll have more in studio later in the show. >> story not quite over yet. thank you. >>> we now know more about the family of four found dead in their herndon home yesterday. the parents were al and kathy peterson and their sons matt and chris and police say al peterson shot his wife and sons before turning that
. the clash was loud. >> go, scott brown. >> reporter: and sometimes angry outside. >> you're delusional! >> reporter: inside the arena a tense duel between republican senator scott brown and harvard professor democrat elizabeth warren. >> excuse me, i'm not a student in your classroom, please let me respond, okay? thank you. >> reporter: led by moderator of "meet the press" david gregory who took on the candidates' nasty running battle and campaign ad war. >> professor warren got caught in a lie. >> reporter: whether warren used her native american heritage to gain any employment advantage with law school. >> do you consider yourself a minority? >> i listed myself as native american. i was listed there. it's part of who i am. >> reporter: brown argues that warren has not told voters why she switched between calling herself native american on applications. >> she changed her nationality to native american. >> reporter: and later referred to herself as white. >> at the pinnacle of her success when she became tenured at harvard she changed back to being white. >> are you hiding something?
they're hoping for the holidays. >>> a california judge has order add review of singer chris brown's probation. this comes amid questions about his travel and how many community service hours he actually has completed. concerns were also raised regarding a drug test which showed brown tested positive for marijuana. the singer remains on probation for the february 2009 beating of his then girlfriend singer rihanna. >>> the cbs crime drama celebrates its premiere in new york. >> a former bond girl turns director and screen writer. teresa garcia has those stories and more in this look at entertainment. >> reporter: actor jim celebrated the premiere of person of interest in new york city. the show which centers around a machine that spies on people and tracks their every move is about to launch its second season. >> we have an enormous amount of setups like we do in film but less time to do that. i think that's brought a whole new level. >> reporter: cbs is launching its fall lineup this week. you can see person of interest thursday nights. former bond girl and ex-men star was in new y
thought was an unwinnable position from the beginning. >> reporter: james brown of cbs sports says what's been asked of the replacement refs is a monumental task that not even the best of them could undertake, but that's something that locked out refs were expecting. >> we knew this was going to happen. you've brought in people that don't have the skills. >> reporter: after the debacle that ended the game between the packers and seahawks both sides are back at the table trying to hash out a deal to bring back the professional refs. >> they're much closer, we do know that but that's really all we know. >> reporter: although they've taken one step forward, the crab walk that got them in this mess isn't out of the question. >> there is no daily imminent. >> according to j.b., what is imminent is a further deterioration of the game but the issue isn't resolved fast. >> players are no different than students. if a substitute teacher comes into the classroom, you are going to test that tub stie do you tell teacher for all he or she is worth and that's exactly what's happening. >> if a deal is
'm terrell brown. president obama takes a brief break from the campaign trail today to address the united nations general assembly. but with just six weeks until the election and his foreign policy under attack from the romney campaign, that address will target american voters as well as world leaders. last night here in new york, secretary of state hillary clinton met with egypt's new islamist president mohamed morsi. two weeks ago, demonstrators overran the u.s. embassy in clinton. morsi assured her it was egypt's duty. >> reporter: president obama is prepared to told the world the u.s. will do what it must to make sure iran never obtains a nuclear weapon. >> every option available, and that includes the military option, remains on the table. >> reporter: iranian president mahmoud ahmadinejad denies the accusations his country is trying to develop a nuclear weapon. >> translator: let's even imagine we have an atomic weapon. what intelligent person would fight 5,000 american bombs with one bomb? >> reporter: the president is also expected to address unrest in syria, libya, and other coun
the guys james brown and the guys from nfl today will join us in game on overtime and join us from new york. >> the question tonight, can we trust that kicker? thanks for joining us. have a great week, everybody. bye. >>> coming up tonight on game on overtime. >> robert griffin, iii, here we go. >> a nail biter in the sunshine state. rg3 works his magic on the final drive. >> it says a lot about him. not too many rookies can do this. >> cundiff saves the game but is it too late to save his job. we've got expert analysis on today's big win. >> i turned to my guys and talk about the ravens. >> plus the guys from nfl today weigh in on the ravens first quarter action. >> and beltran goes deep. >> no champagne shower in the show me state. the nats head back to d.c. with a division title still up for grabs. >> finish the deal off and you know, get back at home and it will be a lot more exciting. >> the birds flying high today but will they land in the playoffs? the americans choke on the links. a look at their epic collapse. better watch out, ray lewis. bryan dawkins is coming through. i don't kn
and a rivalry game at that, a big one for the ravens. they're hosting the winless browns here tonight at m&t bank stadium. it wraps up a rather tough start to the season. the purple and black will have played four games in just 17 days, something this team isn't particularly thrilled with, but they say they'll be ready anyway. >> it's going to be a huge challenge for us. i know they're going to come in here, a division game, big rivalry, always very emotional games against the browns. we've played a lot of tough games against these guys. we expect it to be another one of those kind of games. >> reporter: remember, today is your last day to vote for the high school game of the week. here's your choices. go to usatodayhighschoolsports.com dc. the nats in action tonight wrapping up with the phillies, gio gonzalez going for win no. 21 that. will do it from baltimore. ravens and browns kick off tonight at 8:20. i'm kristen berset, back to you in the studio. >> it's like christmas in baltimore. >> a gift. >> we got some severe weather off to the west of us, fauquier county still under severe th
for tomorrow night's ravens/browns game. coming up in 15 minutes more from the executive director and we hear from the redskins on the potential resolution of the lockout. they have a lot to say, too. >>> tonight at 7:00 i'm joined by nfl today host james brown and an nfl official who has been locked out to get their take on what's going on. you will not want to miss the first eight minutes. we'll see you then. >>> still to come on 9news this half hour, a smashing house call, an uninvited guest rams through the living room of a home in olney. that story is just ahead. >> reporter: a little more like august than september. here are the numbers for today. we managed to make it to 84 downtown, 65 the low. both are considerably above average of 77 and 59. we'll come back, talk about our frontal boundary, what that means to showers and storms later tonight and for your morning commute. >> plus the battle for battleground states, president obama and mitt romney make their case in ohio. we're headed to the buckeye state next. >>> now we go to campaign 2012, a lot of the focus on ohio today. golfing
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on the board. second quarter, a touchdown pass. baltimore stayed ahead. close in the the browns a second chance at a hall mary -- hail mary. incomplete. ravens win 23-16. here is kristin fisher with more reaction to the refs coming back. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. leapt me ask you this. when is the last time that you saw referees getting a standing ovation? most times they're booed or heckled but not last night. check out the reception they received in baltimore just before kickoff. [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: look at that. a standing ovation for the referees. that may be the first time in the history of football. throughout the game people held up signs. my favorite said "finally we get to yell at the real refs. welcome back." these guys really got the rock star treatment last night. this all happened less than 24 hours after an agreement was reached between the n.f.l. and the referee union. after nearly a year of negotiations, the two sides finally reached a compromise on pensions, salaries. fans were ecstatic. coaches we leaved. no one was happier about the return of t
. phil: what does 24 hours look like? >> brown hair. >> dr. phil: brown hair. tell me why you like to rub your hands together like this. you know why you like to do that? >> you want a cookie? >> i would love a cookie. jani, jani -- you know, the rapid hand moving is something she's always done. i think she's kind of -- it's a release of energy. she does it when she's happy. >> dr. phil: she's been at times very focused and at times wandering. is this fairly typical of her level of functioning? >> yep, yep. >> dr. phil: i appreciate you giving us this time today and letting me spend time with her. thank you for coming. so proud to meet you. okay. so now, at this point she is pretty regulated on her meds, right? >> yes. >> dr. phil: so that's a -- i want people to know. >> she has a level of psychosis, a basis of psychosis -- >> like what people just saw right there, she was on at that time what 600 milligrams of lithium. 250 of plauzapine, which is an anti psychotic and 75 milligrams of thorazene. if any of us took that, we'd be in a coma a walk. >> dr. phil: if she got below those levels
night as the browns and ravens met in baltimore. chip reid at mnt bank stadium in baltimore. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. this stadium was literally rocking last night. the fans were emphatic. not because the home team, the baltimore ravens won. it was also because the real referees are finally back. >> i'm sure all of you know by now, the regular officials are back. >> reporter: the return of the referees came with an unprecedented standing ovation, as the browns and ravens got ready to rumble, fans and players warmly welcomed the veteran crew, as they took to the field for the first time this season. >> very good to see you guys. >> thank you for your support too. it means a lot. >> reporter: kickoff, less than 24 hours after the official union reached a tentative deal with the nfl, marking the end to a bitter three-month lockout. >> the refs were terrific. >> first flag of the first quarter. >> reporter: referee comeback couldn't come soon enough for teams and fans. over the past three weeks, they have witnessed a long list of controversial calls by replacement offi
to the earlier attack. >>> former d.c. council chair kwame brown is due in court next month for a hearing on an unspecified violation. it was added to the docket yesterday but prosecutors are not commenting on the reason for the hearing. brown pleaded guilty in june to bank fraud and a misdemeanor campaign finance violation. he resigned as council chairman. he faces up to a year in prison. his sentencing was delayed till november because of his cooperation with prosecutors in ongoing investigations. >>> it's 5:34. time for another your money report. >> jessica doyle is back with more consumer news. big savings and we're traveling this time, jess. where are you? >> i'm in cape cod. are you jealous? >> yes. >> we've been telling you for weeks the great travel bargains are to be add in the fall, the shoulder season. the fall is here. grab your suitcase. first we head off to cape cod. hotels.com reports that the average room rate is down to $123. that's a drop of 30%. this is so cool. if you visit by october, you're going to catch the whales before they head south to warmer waters. there are
, the chief operating officer of raytheon's trusted computer solutions, and joe brown, president and co-founder of accelera. both of these experts talked to us about the critical issue of cybersecurity. it's a critical issue, it's a hot issue, and cybersecurity, despite this era of austerity, still provides many growth opportunities. ed hammersla talks to us about cross-domain. that's the software that operates across multiple platforms that they're implementing at raytheon, and joe brown talks to us about the culture of trust that they have there at accelera. he's worked with his colleagues, actually, for over 30 years. he met them when they were all growing up in the same neighborhood. and that culture of trust is pervasive at accelera, and it takes it to the government agencies they're working with. he also talks about mobility--mobility with different devices and the security that is imperative for the government to operate today with multiple devices in existence. so, as they say, no matter what device you're watching today's program on, bring your own device--byod. welcome to the
4. aaron, back to you. >> get some hash browns while you're there. >> scrambled eggs, short stack. >> just walk in there, and you can smell those aromas. >> i wasn't here yesterday. so welcome can bback, tom. >> good to be back. >>> big area of rain that stretches from pennsylvania all the way down to florida. this is an area of low pressure rolling along the front. right now raining hard in these areas of yellow and orange, loudoun, prince william, and northern fauquier getting a heavy downpour as well as the eastern panhandle of west virginia just east of winchester. this is all heading north/northeast. it's going to be passing just west of the beltway in fairfax county over the next half hour or so. and closer to montgomery county, a few sprinkles also as well as in frederick county. some of the heavy rain moving into montgomery west of howard. points south and east, mostly dry right now. a few more of those passing showers are possible as the day progresses. we're off to a cool start, low to mid-60s in the metro area. 50s west. hour by hour, need an umbrella throughout the day
's group classes and miss brown will be there who is our opera roofing -- [indiscernible] -- going to be there. howard, you're a d.c. native. you have lots of family here. where did you go to school? >> mckinly tech and finished at fairfax high school. >> did you always have the deep baritone voice? >> my voice started changing when i was 11. i will never forget it. i remember trying to speak to a young lady or girl at the time and my voice went through this weird cracking and breaking period. it was the most embarrassing thing. i will never forget that. >> talk about embarrassing, opera is seen as something old and stuffy and saddled. if you don't know it, you can -- someone submitted scott. how do you feel about that? >> i was very honored to be on bear hunt although i am a base. it's a great opportunity. >> tell us about your character. >> my character, a father whose daughter has just been taken advantage of. i come out with vengeance. i'm going to protect my child. how dare you disrespect me. and also my daughter. >> it's my job to defend her, defend her honor. >> scott, tell
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brown instituted safety regulations for self-driving car. >> it came courtesy. >> is he frugal or cheap? >> cheap. >> wow. >> all that matters. >> seattle seahawks were robbed of a win. >> the packers got the win. >> i didn't watch the game. >> thank you very much. whoever wrote that. thank you. >> on cbs "this morning." >> alan, you're late. i don't want to hear it. i had a [ bleep ] last night. [ laughter ] >>> welcome to cbs "this morning." the presidential candidates have a busy day ahead in ohio. one of three battleground states where president obama has a growing lead, according to a new quinnipiac university-cbs news-"new york timees" poll of likely voters. the poll shows mr. obama ahead by 9% in florida. in pennsylvania he has a 12-point lead and ohio, look at this, the president leads governor mitt romney by ten points. of course you heard it no republican has ever won the election while losing ohio. jan crawford is there covering the romney campaign. >> hello, ohio. >> buckeye state is a wonderful place. >> o.h. o.h. >> if we win ohio we win the election. >> reporter: ohio is
," princeton? or "d," brown university? >> we are going with -- princeton! >> not princeton. what do you think? >> william & mary. >> it's not william & mary. it's harvard. >> they missed it, too. >> the author attended the university of tennessee -- >> this is the last question and the tiebreaker. >> and the tiebreaker. you'd better get this. his novel "the road" follows a father and son as they do what, head to the super bowl? flee a post-apocalyptic event, drop the son off at college or start a willie nelson tribute band? >> be careful. >> post-apocalyptic event. >> all right. congratulations! and you each win a $100 visa gift card. ♪ >> all right. stay with us, everybody. congratulations. >>> good morning. we have your look at the first week of october. soggy weather in the east. we have a system pushing through, cooling temperatures off and bringing a threat of severe weather. still in that transition season. october, november. thunderstorms are off in the forecast. so keep that in mind. back into the ohio valley with much-needed rain here across many states in drought. soggy weather do
important for romney. >> reporter: regardless of the outcome, registrar judy brown thinks the debate will increase her traffic. >> i think once the debates are over with, we'll see a spike in the number of people coming in. at that.they've made up their mind who they want to vote for. >> there was a big surprise phone call to a volunteer at a local campaign office today. we'll tell you who was on the other end of the line coming up right here, 6:00 tonight. >>> it is the moments fans have been hoping for since the nats came back to washington. the team clinched the division championship last night and now the town is buzzing about what's next. now the story of a fan who has waited a long time for this. tom? >> reporter: whoever. as you guys have been reporting, it is kind of gray and kind of gloomy out here today. but that's just the weather. it is not the mood of the nats fans. >> the nats have won. >> reporter: just hours after the nats' first championship win monday night, fans in bethesda' tasty diner were serving up their own world series dreams. >> it is great. something specia
tackles american slavery. and james brown beat in jango unchained. >> it will be an over-the top insane story without having seen an inch of the footage i can guarantee that. we'll see if he can pull it off. >> reporter: and the makers of the matrix are back bending minds and time with a cinematic version of the book "cloud atlas." the cast, including tom hanks and halle berry meet and mate through the ages. and finally... >> where are you off to? i'm going on an adventure. reporter: ... peter jackson who gave us the lord of the rings trilogy takes us back into j.r.r. toal keon's world with the hobbit, an unexpected journey >> i promised i will come back no. and if you do, you'll not be the same. >> reporter: so overall, a good year? >> i think it's one of the strongest falls i can remember. >> it could have been worse. osgood: still to come, remembering andy williams. ♪ moon river [ ge healthcare engineer ] babies are the number one reason why we come to work every day. we recently donated a number of our incubators to a hospital in east london, homerton. we take the sickest and the
zinser, a sports columnist for the "new york times" and james brown, host of the nfl today on cbs. is this a deal in which one event pushed the nfl to make a deal they weren't prepared to make early? >> absolutely. certainly the ending of monday night' game was the pivotal point in getting this done, but it was really only the tipping point. what had happened was a blown call aside, the rethe placement refs had lost control of the games. players weren't respecting them. they were trying to get away with all kinds of things. it's like kids with a substitute teacher. it was spiraling out of control before monday night's game. that was the last straw. with everybody coming out agait the situation, they just couldn't go through this for one more weekend. >> james, j.b., can you hear me? >> yes, i can. >> what can you add to the deal? >> i love the way lynn characterized it. she's correct. look, charlie, especially on the point in terms of game administration, maintaining control. there was way too much chipiness out on the field. look, your got a field full of gladiators. the official
? i'm twice that distance from you now. i can see that your eyes are a lovely brown. i think i'd like you to leave now. why? 'cause i know that you're lying? mr. holmes! no. she is. you can tell by the crucifix. you fiddle with it every time i ask you a question. it's-it's pacifying behavior. it's just elementary haptic communication. just read a book, would you? she did see her attacker's face. sherlock! i think she might even know who he is! get out. you realize that because you protected him two years ago, you have the blood of an innocent woman on your hands, don't you? perhaps you'd like to go for two or three or four. that's enough! you're done here. go wait in the car. what a jerk! i'm... i'm really sorry about that. the name of the man who attacked her is peter saldua. he was her brother's best friend growing up. his father was abusive, so her parents took him in his senior year of high school. eileen heard from her brother that he works for a florist in chelsea. i knew it. i knew that if i started a row in there, you'd come to her defense, and if you came to her defense, she
. the veteran refs will replace the replacements starting tonight with the match-up between the browns and ravens. >> we're aware of all the new rules. we've been working on tests and keeping ourselves in shape. >> reporter: the referees union reached an agreement with the league and commissioner roger goodell after days of intense negotiations. >> i think there was a real pressure i think for everyone to get the officials back on the field this weekend. >> reporter: the replacement refs made numerous controversial calls during the first three weeks of the season. >> the game's final play. >> reporter: but this play during ay
with this. day three, basically texture-changing, a little brighter, brown spots a little lighter. day seven, you're feeling firmness, but what i found through using natural advantage was that the moisture content in my skin was really good. and it feels good. it feels really healthy. it was exciting to me to find something that you feel, "wow, this is-- i'm really impressed, you know, because it works." >> but seeing is believing. this is the half-face of a 40-year-old woman and the effects of time. notice the wrinkles around her eyes, the lines around her mouth. now, here is the other side of the same woman's face after 60 days' use of natural advantage. wrinkles around the eyes appear virtually gone, and the laugh lines have been visibly diminished-- proof positive that natural advantage really works. >> i've seen things come and go for 25 years, but this is what works, and there's no reason to spend more money on skincare. the value and quality of natural advantage is just amazing, and with natural advantage, you can actually see the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, the signs of ag
angeles times" says governor jerry brown signed a new law on sunday allowing hundreds of young undocumented immigrants to have drivers license. they were eligible for work permits under new obama policy. >> the ft. worth star tellgram said texas had two minor earthquakes. the first was 3.4. the second was 3.1. there was no major damage but after shocks are expected for the next few days. >> "usa today" says good-bye to an american classic. the bench seat in cars. the chevrolet impala is the last car with bench seats as an option. >>> take a look at this video from a typhoon that hit japan over the weekend. this car that was sent tumbling across a parking lot in okinawa. the storm had top winds of 80 mile-per-hour. caused widespread flooding across japan. 140 people were injured. the storm finally moved out this morning but tens of thousands of homes remain without power. >>> this national weather report sponsored by iams pet food. life is better on iams. . >>> one day to go, the united states seemed to have the ryder cup in the bag. then in front of a hostile crowd the european
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